[Dojo-interest] AJAX Toolkits
daniel.carrera at zmsl.com
Mon Dec 17 22:40:22 UTC 2007
Peter Ansell wrote:
> I personally don't like the static examples that mostly outline uses
> of widgets using test data, where the real life data is generated and
> organised in object form, and then displayed dynamically...
I feel similar. I need to generate the data dynamically because it
depends on the user. Ex: I don't know how many entries my tree will
have, or how many pages my stackContainer needs.
> The possibility of having comments on docs pages disappear is a bit
> strange too. Even if the issue is fixed it would be nice to see a
> developer or documenter comment saying fixed instead of pretending the
> docs were never bad by deleting comments to the contrary.
I'm not sure I agree with this one though. After a while you'd end up
with huge pages with a very long stream of comments most of which are
inapplicable to the current page.
> I am for one glad that they fixed
> the major bugs, ie, provision for user css to override dojo css,
Oh, that wasn't possible before? I'm glad they changed that.
> Most of the time migrating btw has
> been related to that damned dijit.Tree widget but particulars aside
> for another time.
dijit.Tree? That is very interesting. I admit that the data store threw
me off, but that was a momentary issue and after that it was ok.
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